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Full text of "Rapid Population Growth Consequences And Policy Implications"

TABLE C (Continued)
Country/City
Bad Thing
Good Thing
No Opinion
Total
Rio de Janeiro	29	47	24	100
Kuala Lumpur	29	49	22	100
Kenya	36	59	5	100
Santiago	30	64	6	100
Mexico City	31	65	4	100
Bangkok	20	69	11	100
Buenos Aires	21	71	8	100
Tehran	21	76	3	100
Caracas	18	75	7	100
Dakar	13	83	4	100
Source:  (3).
TABLE D
Percentage Distribution of Answers to Question, "All things considered, how would you
feel about a birth control program to encourage people in (survey country) to have
fewer children-would you approve or disapprove of such a
program? Strongly or only somewhat?"
Approve                     Disapprove
--------------------------    --------------------------   Qualified Answer,
Country/City     Strongly   Somewhat    Somewhat   Strongly        Don't Know      Total
Seoul	72	14	3	3	8	100
India	60	24	3	6	7	100
Singapore	55	17	2	3	23	100
Santiago	52	26	6	9	7	100
Kuala Lumpur	46	24	7	6	17	100
France	40	27	7	6	20	100
Caracas	47	25	7	12	9	100
Turkey	59	13	7	12	9	100
Mexico City	41	29	11	11	8	100
Great Britain	37	28	12	6	17	100
Nigeria	53	17	13	16	1	100
Japan	16	42	13	5	24	100
Athens	24	43	12	15	6	100
West Germany	32	29	10	11	18	100
Rio de Janeiro	35	19	7	16	23	100
Tehran	26	36	19	13	6	100
Italy	36	17	6	20	21	100
Manila	30	26	13	21	10	100
Buenos Aires	21	32	14	19	14	100
Bangkok	23	27	15	15	20	100
Kenya	28	25	17	19	11	100
Dakar	17	11	13	52	7	100
Source:  (3).ose desiring birth control, should population agencies be prepared to assist Argentina and Bolivia to raise their effective fertility levels or better populate their empty lands?